Earning and Offering Trust at Work

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  • 7 videos | 29m 40s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
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"Who can I trust around here?" This is a more common workplace question than most of us might like to admit. Building relationships and trust within professional networks is done like a mason building a wall - one stone at a time. Trust is a core ingredient in positive relationships. Without it, the mason's wall takes on a whole new analogy - a barrier, with no gate for entry. In this course, you'll explore trust - what makes you and others trustworthy, how to demonstrate trustworthiness through your own professional accountability, and how to fix a trust deficit after trust has been broken.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this course
    Identify characteristics of trust
    Recognize the impact trust has in the workplace
    Recognize best practices to demonstrate trustworthiness at work
  • Identify strategies to help maintain trust while collaborating
    Recognize methods of rebuilding broken trust
    Reflect on what you have learned

IN THIS COURSE

  • 57s
    Building relationships and trust within professional networks is accomplished the same way a mason builds a wall – one stone at a time. Trust is a core ingredient in positive relationships. Knowing who you can trust is a more common workplace issue than most people like to admit. In this video, you'll discover the key concepts covered in this course, including what makes you and others trustworthy, and how to demonstrate trustworthiness through your own professional accountability. FREE ACCESS
  • 5m 38s
    On a personal level, trust means somebody cares about you as an individual and has your best interests at heart. They keep your secrets and won’t betray you. Most personal relationships are therefore built on trust. But trust is equally important in workplace relationships. It has a positive impact on business results and performance. In this video, you'll explore the characteristics of trust in the workplace. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Why Trust Matters
    5m 44s
    It’s a truism that teammates don’t have to like each other to succeed, but they do have to trust each other. It’s not often talked about, but trust, or the lack of it, has some major impacts in the working world. In this video, you will explore the impact trust has in the workplace. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  How to Earn Trust
    5m 46s
    Building trust requires time and effort. Before others can trust you, you need to demonstrate that you’re trustworthy. In this video, you will learn some best practices for demonstrating trustworthiness at work. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Trust Makes Collaboration Effective
    5m 5s
    Collaboration means strategically coming together with others and building trust among the team. It means doing what you say you'll do and doing it in a way that is truthful and competent. In this video, you'll learn strategies to help maintain trust while collaborating with others. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Fix the Trust Deficit
    5m 17s
    Trust takes a long time to establish, but it can be lost in an instant. It could be something as simple as a missed deadline or a careless comment. All it takes is for one person to feel let down, and trust is lost. But that doesn’t mean it’s gone forever. In this video, you'll learn methods of rebuilding broken trust in the workplace. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Let's Review
    1m 14s
    In this video, you'll review the key concepts covered in the Earning and Offering Trust at Work course. FREE ACCESS

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